Sister Mary Teresa offers ten rules for new nurses
When Sister Mary Teresa Morris spoke at the Donnelly College nursing graduation, she offered ten rules for nurses. Read them at the link.
Check out our latest photo gallery
We just posted a gallery of some of our favorite photos taken in April. Check it out! Want to see our latest photos? Check out our Facebook page!
Mount welcomes eight new oblates
We welcomed eight new oblates in April 2016. See photos from the rite of oblation; read Sister Anne Shepard's reflection.
May 'Year of Mercy' prayer petition focuses on bullied, scorned
Each month during the Jubilee Year of Mercy, the Benedictine Sisters of Mount St. Scholastica remember a special group in prayer during Midday Praise. In May, prayers are for the scorned and bullied. Read the full petition.
Check out our latest photo galleries
One photo gallery just wasn't enough to capture our eventful month of March. We posted two new photo galleries: one for Triduum activities and a second for the rest of the month. Want to see our latest photos? Check out our Facebook page!
Good Friday reflection: Finding glory in the cross
Sister Anne Shepard considered how we might find glory in the cross for her Good Friday reflection. Read it here.
Lenten reflection: The cloaks of Palm Sunday
For her reflection for the Vigil of Palm Sunday of the Passion of Christ, Sister Genevieve Robinson considered the meaning of the cloks followers spread on the road for Jesus, and what that might mean for us today. Read her reflection.
Meet Sister Esther Fangman
As we continue our celebration of National Catholic Sisters Week, we introduce you to Sister Esther Fangman, who has traveled far from her farm girl roots. Read Sister Esther's story.
Meet Sister Susan Holmes
As we continue our celebration of National Catholic Sisters Week, we introduce you to Sister Susan Holmes, a hospice chaplain who offers a caring presence at the end of life. Read Sister Susan's story.
Lenten reflection: A forgetful God
For her reflection for the Vigil of the Fifth Sunday in Lent, Sister Cecilia Olson reflected on what God chooses to forget. Read her reflection.
Meet Sister Elaine Fischer
As we continue our celebration of National Catholic Sisters Week, we introduce you to Sister Elaine Fischer, whose remarkable set of skills ranges from carpentry to biochemistry. Read Sister Elaine's story.
Meet Sister Mary Elizabeth Schweiger
As we continue our celebration of National Catholic Sisters Week, we introduce you to Sister Mary Elizabeth Schweiger, a woman of many gifts. Read Sister Mary Elizabeth's story.
Meet Sister Cecilia Olson
As we continue our celebration of National Catholic Sisters Week, we introduce you to Sister Cecilia Olson, who has found God in community. Read Sister Cecilia's story.
Meet Sister Suzanne Fitzmaurice
As we celebrate National Catholic Sisters Week March 8 to 14, we're sharing the stories of some of our sisters. Next up is Sister Suzanne Fitzmaurice, who follows in the footsteps of her Benedictine predecessors as a teacher. Read Sister Suzanne's story.
Meet Sister Carol Ann Peterson
As we celebrate National Catholic Sisters Week March 8 to 14, we're sharing the stories of some of our sisters. First up is Sister Carol Ann Petersen, whose ministries have always involved education, though not always in the traditional classroom. Read Sister Carol Ann's story.
Lenten reflection: Who are you?
For her reflection for the Vigil of the Fourth Sunday in Lent, Sister Mary Teresa Morris asks which character from the parable of the prodigal son we are now, and which character we can become. Read her reflection.
Lenten reflection: Overcoming indifference
Sister Constance Krstolic contrasts the indifference of bystanders at a 1963 murder with the insistence of a Gospel gardener, and suggests that getting down and dirty may be the best way to overcome indifference. Read her reflection for the Vigil of the Third Sunday in Lent.
Lenten reflection: Finding who we are
Sister Deborah Peters suggests that Jesus as Jesus revealed who he is in the transfiguration, we, too, may find who we are in the transfiguration. Read her reflection for the Vigil of the Second Sunday in Lent.
Student volunteers roll up their sleeves at the Mount
When Sister Loretta McGuire took on the responsibilities of volunteer director for the Mount, her first recruitment efforts were with students at Benedictine College. Read more.
Lenten reflection: Devil in the desert
Sister Mary Elizabeth Schweiger had a visual image of the devil in mind as she wrote the reflection for the Vigil of the First Sunday in Lent. See where she found the image at the link.
Leadership Camp in June combines faith and fun
Have a daughter, granddaughter, niece or student who is entering sixth, seventh or eighth grade? Sign her up now for our 2016 Leadership Camp. Get the details.
Two added to Keeler leadership team
The Keeler Women's Center, a ministry of the Benedictine Sisters of Mount St. Scholastica, has added two women to the leadership team. Joining Sister Bridget Dickason as director-elect are Sister Patricia Seipel and Brenda Mortell as associate directors. Read more.
Sister Ironide makes perpetual profession in Brazil
Sister Ironide Nunes' made her perpetual profession in Brazil on Jan. 24. Get to know her and see photos from the event.
Enjoy a virtual trip to Brazil
Several of our sisters are traveling to Brazil in January for Sister Ironide Nunes' final profession. Join them virtually via their online photo journal.
Check out our favorite photos from December
We just posted a photo gallery of our favorite photos from December. Check them out!
Sister Jodi Hart makes first profession
Sister Jodi Hart made her first monastic profession on Dec. 13. Read about it and see a photo gallery.
Kansas aging department honors Dooley Center
The Dooley Center, Mount St. Scholastica's on-site skilled nursing facility, is one of 10 nursing homes to receive the Peak 2.0 Award from the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services. Read more.
Dooley Center earns excellence award
The Dooley Center has received an award for customer satisfaction. Read more.
New directors named for Mount Ministries
Sister Carol Ann Petersen has been named director of the Sophia Center and Sister Bridget Dickason has been named director of the Keeler Women's Center. Read more.
Sisters celebrate monastic anniversaries
Six Benedictine Sisters from Mount St. Scholastica celebrated monastic anniversaries in July. Five celebrated 50 years, the sixth celebrated 25. Read more about the jubilee and jubilarians.
Benedictine students study stained glass history
Students from Benedictine College examined the history and significance of the stained glass windows in our Choir Chapel for a "Discovery Day" project. Read more.
Meet Sister Molly: Storyteller, teacher
Sister Molly Brockwell is one of four sisters who celebrated a silver jubilee last summer. She's a teacher, a storyteller and a student. Read her story.
Jail ministry puts Gospel into action
Sister Maria Larkin takes seriously the Gospel mandate to visit those who are in prison. Every week, she makes her way to the Atchison County Jail to visit the inmates incarcerated there. Read her story.
Lenten project exceeds expectations
Sister Barbara Smith offered a Lenten challenge to students at St. Benedict Catholic School in Atchison, and they responded in a big way. See the story.
Top Benedictine visits the Mount
When Abbot Primate Notker Wolf visited Mount St. Scholastica on Feb. 10, 2015, he sat down for an interview with Sister Barbara Ann Mayer. See what he had to say.
Keeler group has a way with words
For ten years, women writers have been honing their craft at the Keeler Women's Center women writers group. The group gathers monthly to share their written words. Read more about the group and see how you can become part of it.
Sister Barbara Smith reflects on trip to Honduras
In March 2014, Sister Barbara Smith traveled to Honduras with a group of Benedictine College students as part of the Water With Blessings program. Read her reflection on the trip, see photos and read a student's perspective.
Two receive Wangari Maathai Discovery Awards
The Benedictine Sisters of Mount St. Scholastica have named Benedictine College students Caleb Schmitz and Emily Dyer as winners of the inaugural Maathai Discovery Awards. The award honors Wangari Maathai, a 1964 graduate of Mount St. Scholastica College who received the Nobel Peace Prize for her work to support democracy, peace and sustainable development in her home country of Kenya. Read more.
Support Mount St. Scholastica with Amazon purchases
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We recently celebrated the 150th anniversary of our founding. Read about our Sesquicentennial Celebrations here.